Duravit Zencha bathroom range, designed by Sebastian Herkner is inspired by traditional Japanese rituals and craftsmanship. It has created a well-thought-out bathroom series that combines unusual above-counter basins with purist furniture. The materials used include: Solid wood, textured glass, DuraCeram® and DuraSolid®.
The above-counter basins, inspired by Japanese tea bowls, are bulbous at the bottom and taper with a subtle curve to a slightly outward sloping rim. The wash bowls made of DuraCeram with rounded corners are available in square or rectangular, and optionally with or without a tap hole platform.
Furniture and cabinets
Purist furniture and plenty of storage space creates a harmonious contrast to the organically curved sanitary products. A distinctive feature of the furniture is the delicate frame that is only 6 mm thick. The resulting shadow gap makes the furniture look elegant and light. Zencha furniture is modular and versatile, as open shelves or drawers with push-open and self-closing technology.
To complement the mirror, the organic shape is accentuated by an all-around LED strip, while the light can be controlled either with a sensor on the bottom of the mirror or by using the smart Casambi app. With more than 300 lux, the glare-free light source can also serve as the main lighting in the bathroom.
The rectangular version of the freestanding bathtub, measuring 1250 x 1250 mm, derives its shape from the square above counter basin. The optional Whirl Air System with gentle massage function ensures relaxation.